5 February 2020.

Aboriginal communities have long called for research methods that embrace Aboriginal leadership and expertise, and challenge traditional researcher-driven approaches. But how do we get it right?

In this webinar for the prestigious Cochrane organisation’s International Network for Public Involvement and Engagement in Health and Social Care Research, the Sax Institute’s Simone Sherriff and public health researcher Hilary Miller discuss the critical success factors behind SEARCH – the Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health, a long-term co-creation partnership,

Simone and Hilary look at how the SEARCH Program has built and maintained trusting co-creative partnerships between the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health sector, researchers and policy makers. They also explore some of the challenges and considerations for strengthening the partnership.

The webinar is based on this paper published by Simone Sherriff.

 

 

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